Alannah Healy led the Eagles (8-5) to a 2-0 shutout victory, holding the Blue Jays (3-8) to a mere two hits in the first five innings. Elizabethtown attempted a comeback in the sixth inning, but was shut down leaving three players stranded on base. By the end of the game, Healy had three strikeouts, only allowed five hits and didn’t give up a single walk to the Blue Jays. Throughout the entire game, Healy only faced 27 batters while throwing an impressive 57 strikes out of 85 pitches.
On the other side, Elizabethtown kept Amber Sergas in the circle all seven innings, as she threw five strikeouts, and only allowed two walks and seven hits.
The Brochu sisters made quite the pair offensively against the Blue Jays. Husson scored the first run in the top of the first, after Briana Brochu singled to center. Her sister, Arika Brochu, stepped up to the plate and smacked a hard double out to left, send B. Brochu home from second base. In the third inning, A. Brochu once again claimed the RBI, unfortunately grounding out to shortstop, but still helped her sister, B. Brochu reach home.
Helping the Eagles out offensively, B. Brochu and Chloe Gorey both had two hits on the game. Tamara Aunchman also contributed a sacrifice hit to help push her team closer to scoring.
Elizabethtown saw five players capturing one hit apiece while nearly every player on their team had three at bats.